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Special Interview "North Korea abduction"
* Greg Scarlatoiu, an executive director of the Washington DC based Committee for Human Rights in North Korea.
- Please tell us about background of North Korea’s abductions over the world.
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- Why have North Korea continuously abducted people from around the world?
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- Why is North Korea denying allegations many abductions
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- What are some of the things that governments and United Nations have done to free those people?
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- What should the global community do about this issue?
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